- Our Lady of Angels Church, along Balagtas St., was first built in 1640 and burned during the Dutch invasion. Rebuilt in 1643 and partially destroyed by fire, the present church and convent was built between 1687 and 1700. It was seriously damaged by the earthquake of 1937 and destroyed during the bombing of the town in World War II. It was reconstructed in 1979.
- The well-known Sirena, along Maharlika Highway, is an imitation of the Little Mermaid of Denmark that sits on top of a big boulder along the beach of Lamon Bay Area. It supposedly signifies the marine nature of the livelihood of the town.
- The 200-sq. m. Maria Cristina Park, along Lamon Bay, is a promenade park near Sirena.
- The Iskong Bantay Observatory and Watchtower is a restored Spanish-era watchtower (one of seven built in 1752 and the only one still standing) to warn the townsfolk of attacks from pirates. It was named after the defender of the town during the raid of 1872.
- Leon Guinto Blvd., at Zone I & IV Poblacion, has a scenic view of Lamon Bay, Atimonan Port and Alabat Island.
- Caves are abundant in the western borders of the town. They include Bantakay Cave (1 km. from Bantakay Falls), Cueva Santa (Brgy. Malinao), Malusak Cave (Brgy. Malusak) and Palanyag Caves (Brgy. Sapaan).
- Bantakay Falls, in Brgy. Sta. Catalina, is a 1-hr. hike from the national highway
- Lumiliay River Falls is located 114 kms. from Brgy. Caridad proper
- Magsaysay Waterfalls (Brgy. Malinao)
- Brgy. Tinandog, a rock climber’s paradise, has an abandoned rock quarry. Its major crags, with a mixture of pocket holds, vertical cracks and overhangs, offers a variety of routes, some suitable for beginners. They are located a mere 10-min. walk across rice fields from Km. 65 of the Maharlika Highway. There are six established routes, ranging from 10-40 m. in height and with difficulty ratings from 5.8 to 5.11.